GA E XIII 4 Non-observance of the requirement to file the translation or declaration

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If the applicant does not provide the translation in time, the right of priority is lost and the applicant is informed accordingly. This has the effect that the intermediate document(s) which resulted in the validity of the priority claimed becoming relevant for the assessment of patentability will belong to the prior art under Article 54(2) or Article 54(3) EPC, as applicable.
Art. 54(2)(3) EPC 
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If the priority right is lost, further processing can be requested and will be granted if within two months from notification of the loss of rights the required translation or declaration is filed and the fee for further processing paid. 

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EPC Implementing Rules

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EPO Guidelines - A Formalities Examination

EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int.

EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int. - E Euro-PCT procedure before the EPO as designated or elected Office